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Executive Education and Graduate Study

Lindsay HooperLindsay is responsible for the Institute's work to educate and empower individuals and organisations to take leadership to tackle critical global challenges.

Over a decade in Cambridge she has led executive and graduate programmes to help leaders to build organisational capacity and resilience and to refine their strategy and business models to adapt to social and environmental challenges.

 

 

Paul BegleyPaul leads the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)'s customised programmes portfolio.

Since joining in August 2011, he has designed programmes to help organisations such as Arup, the African Development Bank, Standard Chartered and Tata extract commercial value from the changing context. Prior to CISL, Paul worked at the think-tank AccountAbility where he provided research and advisory for clients such as the European Commission, Microsoft and State Grid.

 

 

Theo HackingTheo oversees the development and delivery of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership CISL’s portfolio of graduate programmes.

Before completing his PhD at Cambridge, Theo spent 15 years working in industry, mostly on the environmental and social impact assessment of major projects. Prior to joining CISL he was a Senior Research Associate at Cambridge’s Engineering Department, where he oversaw an industry-funded research programme into energy efficiency in the built environment.

 

 

Martin RobertsMartin is responsible for CISL's advisory services helping companies with a global reach derive additional value from managing their impacts and dependencies on natural resources and embed innovative approaches to sustainability across their organisations and supply chains.

Martin is a member of the UK Government’s Ecosystem Market Task Force.

 

 

 

Aris Vrettos, Programme Director 

Aris VrettosAris is responsible for the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)’s open executive education programmes. 

He is the global Director for The Prince of Wales's Business & Sustainability Programme that runs seminars in Cambridge, Cape Town, Sydney and São Paulo and leads CISL’s programmes on sustainable health and climate innovation. He was previously a senior advisor at the NGO think-tank, AccountAbility where he advised global organisations on leadership and sustainability. 

 

 


The team

Lucy Bigam, Senior Project Manager

Lucy Bigam, Senior Project Manager

  • Lucy has been at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership for four years and has focused her work on delivering executive training programmes for a range of individual clients.

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Emma Brock, Project Co-ordinator

Emma Brock, Project Co-ordinator

  • Emma is a Project Co-ordinator working in the Executive Programmes team, where she assists with the organisation and delivery of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership's open and customised programmes.

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Alexandra Brunner, Senior Project Manager

Alexandra Brunner, Senior Project Manager

  • Alex is responsible for managing the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Value Chains and oversees marketing and alumni engagement activities for the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)'s Graduate Programmes.

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Lucy  Bruzzone, Programme Manager

Lucy Bruzzone, Programme Manager

  • Lucy works within the Executive Programmes Team primarily on the development and delivery of a number of customised programmes.

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Maribel  Calvo Martinez, Project Co-ordinator

Maribel Calvo Martinez, Project Co-ordinator

  • Maribel Calvo Martinez is part of the Graduate Programmes team.

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Jemma Cobbold, Senior Project Manager

Jemma Cobbold, Senior Project Manager

  • Jemma Cobbold joined the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) in 2000 having worked previously in the retail and software industries.

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Beverley Cornaby, Programme Manager

Beverley Cornaby, Programme Manager

  • Beverley leads in the development and delivery of a number of customised programmes. Recent clients include Network Rail, Kingfisher, EDF Energy, Jaguar Land Rover, and Beijing Municipal Government.

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Dr Leila Coupe, Senior Project Manager

Dr Leila Coupe, Senior Project Manager

  • Leila manages a wide portfolio of events and projects for the Executive Programmes team, specifically now working on customised programmes with clients from across the globe, including many of the FTSE 100 companies, and for organisations such as the World Bank.

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Louise de Muscote, Programme Manager

Louise de Muscote, Programme Manager

  • Louise is a Programme Manager in the Graduate Programmes team, working on the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Business and the Sustainability Leadership Laboratories.

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Dr Louise Drake, Senior Programme Manager

Dr Louise Drake, Senior Programme Manager

  • Louise Drake (formerly Driffill) is course director for the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Business, and deputy director for the Master’s in Sustainability Leadership, both of which lie at the heart of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)’s mission to inspire and develop the business leaders of the future.

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Dr Kayla  Friedman, Programme Manager

Dr Kayla Friedman, Programme Manager

  • Kayla works on the Master’s in Sustainability Leadership, the Postgraduate Diploma in Sustainable Business, the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Value Chains, and is involved in the development of new graduate offerings for the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL).

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Sunny  Huang, Programme Manager

Sunny Huang, Programme Manager

  • Sunny is a programme manager in the Graduate Programmes Team, working on the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Value Chains and the Master’s in Sustainability Leadership. She is passionate about bridging the gap between academia and industry through teaching, research, and practices.

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Fergus Kirkpatrick, Graduate Programmes Manager

Fergus Kirkpatrick, Graduate Programmes Manager

  • Fergus is responsible for project management of the Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership; collaborating with stakeholders across the University of Cambridge and acting as the main contact for students past, present and future.

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Bethany Knights-Prince, Project Co-ordinator

Bethany Knights-Prince, Project Co-ordinator

  • Bethany Knights-Prince is part of the Graduate Programmes team, assisting with the delivery of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)’s Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Business and Master's in Sustainability Leadership.

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Ellen Mumford, Graduate Programmes Manager

Ellen Mumford, Graduate Programmes Manager

  • Ellen is part of the Graduate Programmes team, assisting with the delivery of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)’s Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Value Chains and Master's in Sustainability Leadership.

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Grace Philip, Project Manager

Grace Philip, Project Manager

  • Grace is a Project Manager in the Executive Programmes team.

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Alice  Spencer, Programme Manager

Alice Spencer, Programme Manager

  • Alice joined the CISL Executive Education Team in February 2017 following several years working in Australia and New Zealand in regional government, not-for-profit and corporate roles.

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Janna Tweed, Senior Project Manager

Janna Tweed, Senior Project Manager

  • Janna has worked at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) for three years and project manages both open and customised executive leadership programmes.

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Thomas  Vergunst, Programme Manager

Thomas Vergunst, Programme Manager

  • Thomas joined CISL’s Executive Education team in April 2017. Over recent years his work has focused on the sustainable use of resources with a particular emphasis on the policy measures and business strategies that can be used to encourage a shift towards a more circular economy.

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